HOW WOULD YOU WEAR BODY-CON

black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con


black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con


black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con

black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con

black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con

black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con

black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con

black pencil skirt, denim jacket, body-con

 Photography by Peter Audu

Hey guys, how've you been? So I'm back from my mini-break and I'm also back to Nigeria but you would know that if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram

So this months theme is body-con and as you've probably noticed it's not my go-to fit and this is because I feel body consious in it. I hate having to always suck-in my tummy or worry about panty lines and the rest. I am also a foodie which means I often eat to the point that I have a little baby tummy and I'm not really in my best shape now but thank God for amazing shapewear which is a must to keep everything in place.

Outfits like this show how far I've come in accepting my flaws. There was a time that I never wore skirts above my knees because I was too conscious about the scars on my legs (read more about it here). I've come to accept them now because honestly they will always be there. I've also come to realize that when you stop drawing attention to your flaws people stop noticing it too so own those flaws!

Skirt, Shirt,  Hat, Purse, Shades: Thailand || Shoes: Zara 

Be sure to check out the other ladies! 

Louisa | La Passion Voutee
Diane | DeeVine Anonyme
Esther | Style Krush

33 comments:

The Beautiful Eagle said...

same here, body con's are always beautiful but for me being too conscious of my body is an ish....i love how you styled yours.
will you be at the Abuja Makeup Fair on Saturday??
The Beautiful Eagle

DLeonaLife said...

Which Saturday @the beautiful eagle. I love the way you style yours and it is amazing to see how far you have grown.

www.dleonalife.blogspot.com

Cassandra Ikegbune said...

Lol. My ass is too flat for a bodycon dress so I'm not really a fan. Its not really body conscious, its more of me accepting that it doesn't really flatter me.

www.cassiedaves.com

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

@theBeautiful eagle thank you, this is the first I'm hearing of the event. @dleonalife I know right

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

@Cassandra, lol but a little bit of squatting will change your mind. Trust me it helps.

Chi Dinma said...

I don't wear body cons because I feel it's for thick girls and I have tummy fat. But I like your idea and way u styled it.

www.simplyuneeke.com

Grace Alex said...

I love it, and your shoes love love love

gafashion.blogspot.com

Louisa Moje said...

I love how you styled the bodycon theme. I too hated body-hugging dresses like these because of the itty-bitty love handle I saw when I looked into the mirror. I've been going strong now with my workout (hope you haven't stopped o) and I'm beginning to see results. And shapewears do go a long way (I was besides myself when I found one in my size). Feel free to link to my post, it's live now.

Louisa
http://lapassionvoutee.blogspot.com/

Berry Dakara said...

Nope, not for my body :p

Berry Dakara Blog

odoh nnenna said...

U look great

The life of Aldorable Fashion and beauty blog

Grace Gigi said...

I get so concious wearing body con outfits cos my tummy isnt as flat as it used to be.
Like how you wore yours though.

Epiphany29.com
Procrastination

Sherry Macdonald said...

You look like a fashionista! Never thought of wearing a shirt tied up over a dress very cute!

Sophie Atieno said...

I love it..This has got to be one of my favorite looks from your blog.I have always loved a knotted shirt and I love bodycons.Looking fabulous
sophieatieno.blogspot.com

Missy May said...

Thank God for shapewear, but girl you look fine to me. You look beautiful, Sarah. I really love your sandals.

missymayification.blogspot.co.uk

George Tamunoene said...

Love how you styled the body con dress...very pretty!

georgetamunoene.blogspot.com

Milly Onyaye said...

What a great topic to touch! I was always that one person who was always scared of showing off my flaws but I came to learn that they are a part of me! I totally agree with the last part of your post about people not noticing your flaws unless you draw attention towards them! So true!! Confidence is key! Love how you styled this body con dress! So edgy!!
www.styledbymilly.com

Ogochukwu Enwefah said...

Yes o, confidence is key. I totally agree with you. Once u start drawing attenttion to ur flaws,others will automatically notice them.so OWN IT! I really admire this combination and I might just give this a try as I shy away from bodycons. Keep up the good work Sarah, u inspire me.

StyleDiaryByOsy Osehie said...

I love how you styled the look and it's funny how most of us are very conscious of the "body con look" yet here we are overcoming the styling challenge lol. I had to go for a dress with a thicker fabric than the regular bodycon dress.
http://stylediarybyosy.blogspot.com/

Iyesogie Ogieriakhi said...

Totally love the way you rocked it and love the pop of pink
divadiari.blogspot.com

Bash Harry said...

I don't have a body con dress, mainly because I don't have a body for a body con. I'm oddly shaped with hips but no butt. I shouldn't be body-conscious but I am. But hey, you still rocking it! <3

xx Bash | Hey Bash | bloglovin'

linda adaeze said...

I have plenty of them cos am naturally endowed behind *wink* but once I add a little weight I stop cos of my tummy or I will be prepared not to eat or drink anything for d rest of d day till I get back home its not easy accepting ur flaws cos every lady wants to be flawless I remember d days I don't wear short hand dresses no matter how beautiful it is cos of a little stretch mark on my arm.But now I ve learnt to be me and hv a lot of confidence it boost ur self esteem

linda adaeze said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Diane A said...

I used to hate bodycon as well because of my wide hips, I felt like that's all you could see and I was very self-conscious about that but I've learned to embrace my body and now I love wearing them! Love how you styled that outfit!!
xx

Sharron Mungazi said...

I like how you styled you bodycon. For me, I am always conscious about that expose my shoulders and my cleavage. I have marks and for me I am still yet to get over it. So I am always covering this parts of my body. I also think the rest of the ladies look awesome.

Enjoy your week!

https://deffinatlyshaz.wordpress.com/

Tsepo Mas said...

Speaking of shape wear, its shocking how some people don't understand that smaller girls also wear them. I for one do. You look amazing and I am inclined to get them Zara heels in red too. x

MOILESEDI - http://moilesedi.blogspot.co.uk/

MsJPetite said...

You look great Sarah..you better flaunt what the Lord blessed you with lol Love your shoes too!

Beauty said...

I like how you styled the body con dress and the accessories are just perfect.
Have a great week.

En_kay Ede said...

Great to see you wear this...looks beautiful on you...fierce!

I don't have a problem with body cons...its flattering but loose fitted clothes still have my heart...

Am back btw...long break has ended...lol

Stylebyenkay.blogspot.com

Wanjiru Ng'ethe said...

you gave a funky side to it, i would totally wear it the way you have dear
xoxo

http://www.wanjiruwangethe.me.ke

Wenluditoh Daniellah said...

Casually I could also wear it with a shirt and tie it up like you did with covers shoes and otherwise I could also enjoy it with a fine blazer. You rock in this look and overtime i See you in these heels I just wanna run to Zara and get mine ha!
Enjoy your Week dear

Http://www.fashiongalorelovers.com

linet nkirote said...

You ladies sure rocked the body con. Loving all the pieces cause they show it can be worn by any body type.

There's a time I was very body conscious...always sucking in my tummy, hating the stretchmarks on my legs and all other little things that make us ladies lose out on amazing styles. However today am much more appreciative of my body and body-con is definitely a yes for me tummy or not.

Loving your shoes and hat...they so cute. Blessed week ahead. Kisses.

http://pearlsprettyskin.blogspot.co.ke/

Anna Martin said...

Perfect sunglasses. <3 Love the mix of colors and patterns with the bag and shoes!

- Anna

www.melodicthriftychic.com

Bandage Dress Black  said...

Wearing Bodycon dresses and apting for the right variety of style to match the bodyshape and size is been the challenging task, The ideas on wearing bandage dress is very useful
Bandage Dress Black

Post a Comment